There comes a day when parents have to let their children go. It’s not always easy to see your child flying solo. But it’s necessary. They have to learn the way we did, trial and error. They have to learn the lessons life teaches them. Often, all parents can do is silently watch, pray, and be supportive where possible. Not to worry, they’ll do just fine. After all, they’ve learned by watching you.
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